HELP.TXT Driver File Contents (AcctonEN2212PCMCIACardEthernetDrivers.exe)

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Contents

1STEP Help Menu                     Technical Support                   
Netware Driver                      MPX Driver                          
NDIS Driver
LAN Manager 2.0                     LAN Manager 2.1
LAN Server 			
Windows for Workgroups 3.10         Windows for Workgroups 3.11 
Banyan VINES                        Pathway Access                      
DEC PATHWORKS                       PC-NFS                              
Packet Driver                       SUN PC-NFS                          






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1STEP Help Menu


                      [ 1Step Help Menu ]

        < Function Key>                < Control Key >
        F1 :  Help                     ALT      : Menu
                                       ARROWS   : Change parameter
        F3 :  Config Software          TAB      : Move cursor forward
        F4 :  Test Adapter             SHIFT+TAB: Move cursor backward
        F6 :  DOS Shell                ALT+    : List parameters
        F10:  Exit

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Technical Support

               Accton Technology Corporation
                    Technical Support
            For EN2212 PCMCIA Ethernet Adapters


  Accton provides free technical support to registered users.
  For more information, call the  office that is closest to you.


  United States
       Phone:  (510) 226-9800   7:00am to 5:00pm PST
               (800) 926-9288
       FAX:    (510) 226-9833
       BBS:    (510) 226-9832   14400-2400 baud

  Taiwan
       Phone:  (886) 770-270    8:00am to 6:00pm
       FAX:    (886) 770-267
       BBS:    (886) 770-654    14400-2400 baud
       Internet address: support@accton.com.tw

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.TOPIC:
MPX Driver

                      Accton Technology Corporation
                       MPX ODI Driver Installation
                     For EN2212 PCMCIA Ethernet Adapters

    Copyright (C) 1994, 1995 by Accton Technology Corporation.
    All rights reserved.


1. To use the Accton MPX driver

   Accton MPX driver is a high performance NetWare 3.x ODI driver.
   It includes both workstation and server drivers:

         MPXPCM.COM : NetWare DOS/ODI workstation driver
         (A:\NETWARE\ODI\DOSODI\MPXPCM.COM)

         MPXPCM.LAN : NetWare DOS/ODI server driver
         (A:\NETWARE\ODI\SERVER\MPXPCM.LAN)

   To run MPXPCM.LAN as a server driver, you must modify STARTUP.NCF
   as follows:

         SET MAXIMUM PHYSICAL RECEIVE PACKET SIZE = 4202

   and use the LOAD & BIND command to start the server driver.

   Workstation driver MPXPCM.COM does not have any special requirement.
   You can run MPXPCM.COM in place of PCMMLID.COM.

   For example:
                LSL
                MPXPCM
                IPXODI
                NETX
                  .
                  .

   To achieve maximum performance, you must change server and
   workstation drivers to MPXPCM.LAN and MPXPCM.COM simultaneously.
   Otherwise, you get the same performance as that of NE2000-compatible 
   drivers.

   Accton MPX driver supports NE2000 mode, and can process
   Ethernet_II, Ethernet 802.2, and Ethernet 802.3 frame types.

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Packet Driver


                      Accton Technology Corporation
                        Packet Driver Installation
                     For EN2212 PCMCIA Ethernet Adapters

    Copyright (C) 1994, 1995 by Accton Technology Corporation.
    All rights reserved.


To load the packet driver, type PCMPD 0X60.

PCMPD syntax:

PCMPD [-d] [-n] [-w] [-h] <PD_INT_NO> [IRQ] [IO_BASE] [MEM_BASE]

where:


[-d]           The "-d" option does not start LAN card until this driver is
               called by the higher layer programs first.

[-n]           Your  NOVELL server uses NOVELL ISO-like packets. Your NOVELL
               workstation uses  NOVELL 8137 packets. You can use this option
               to convert NOVELL 8137 packets into  NOVELL ISO-like packets.

[-w]           Steve Wallace added a hack to let the packet drivers run under
               Windows. This is not to be construed with the proper solution,
               which is to write a TCP/IP package for Windows.

               This hack is enabled only when you use the '-w' switch.

[-h]           This option displays the on-line help.

<PD_INT_NO>    This specifies the software interrupt (IRQ) where  you'll
               load the packet driver. It must be in the range 0x60 to 0x80.

               The PC/TCP kernel, by default, is loaded at interrupt 0x61 (so
               don't load the packet driver there!)

[IRQ]          This specifies the hardware interrupt (IRQ)  where your card
               will be indicated whether the ring buffer is empty or not.

[IO_BASE]      This specifies the I/O address .

[MEM_BASE]     This specifies the shared RAM memory address.


Example:

The following command line loads the Accton PCMCIA Packet Driver at 
software interrupt 60h, I/O address 300, and hardware interrupt 5 
(NE2000 MODE).

PCMPD 0x60 5 0x300 or PCMPD 0x60

Note: The default I/O address is 300.
Note: The default hardware interrupt is 5.
Note: The placement of 0x prior to the parameters.

After the Packet Driver is loaded, you can run the PC/TCP kernel ETHDRV.EXE.
The PC is then ready for PC/TCP communications.

To run PC/TCP applications, You need to load the PC/TCP Kernel
("ETHDRV.EXE").


    a. Refer to the PC/TCP manual, Command Reference
       section, Chapter 2.3.
    b. The following example will load the Kernel and
       allocate 8 packet buffers.  Increasing the number
       of packet buffers (from the default of 5) prevents
       packet dropping due to buffer shortage.

        ETHDRV -p 8 <Enter>

    c. At this point, you are ready to run PC/TCP applications
       (e.g. 'ftp', 'telnet').
       example: ftp 192.72.24.202.  192.72.24.202  is the host address.

      For information regarding the "FTP's PC/TCP Network
      Software for DOS" packages, please contact:

      FTP Software, Inc.
      26 Princess Street
      Wakefield, MA  01880
      (617) 246-0900

How to Communicate with NCSA TelNet:

1. Make sure you have the correct version of NCSA Telnet
   for the PC. You need version 2.3 or later to support
   the packet driver interface.

2. Install the NCSA software on your system.  Please
   refer to the NCSA documentation for detailed instructions.

3. Load Packet Driver (pcmpd 0x60):

   a. Refer to the "Packet Driver Syntax" section above.
   b. To view the hint screen, type

      pcmpd -h <Enter>

   c. The following example will load the packet driver
      using interrupt vector 60 (hex).  The IO_BASE
      and IRQ will be read from the software
      configured adapter:

      pcmpd 0x60   <Enter>

4. At this point you are ready to run NCSA applications
   (e.g., 'ftp', 'telnet', etc.)
   for example : ftp 192.72.24.202.  192.72.24.202  is host address.


      For information regarding NCSA's products please contact:

      National Center for Supercomputing Applications
      264 Computing Applications Building
      605 E. Springfield Ave.
      Champaign, Ill. 61820
      (217) 244-0638
      telbug@ncsa.uiuc.edu

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NDIS Driver


                      Accton Technology Corporation
                    NDIS Driver Installation Overview
                    For EN2212 PCMCIA Ethernet Adapters

    Copyright (C) 1994, 1995 by Accton Technology Corporation.
    All rights reserved.


The drivers contained in directories \MSLANMAN.DOS and \NDIS are
used with Accton PCMCIA Ethernet adapters.

They are used with Com's 3+Open, Microsoft's OS/2 LAN Manager OEM,
distribution packages Release 1.x or 2.x,  and other compatible OEM
versions of LAN Manager.  The driver "ETHPCM.DOS"  conforms to
the Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS) 2.0 defined by
Microsoft/3Com.

File Descriptions:

    \MSLANMAN.DOS\DRIVERS\ACCTON\ACCNE\
    ETHPCM.DOS              The DOS NDIS MAC driver
    PROTOCOL.INI            A sample section of a PROTOCOL.INI file

    \MSLANMAN.DOS\DRIVERS\NIF\
    ACCNE.NIF              Network Information File

    \NDIS
    EN2212D.NIF            Network Information File for LAN Server (DOS)
    EN2212O.NIF            Network Information File for LAN Server (OS/2)
    README.TXT             This file
    ETHPCM.DOS             The DOS NDIS MAC driver
    ETHPCM.OS2             The OS/2 2.1 MAC driver
    OEMSETUP.INF           Network Information File for Windows for Workgroups

    \NDIS\WFW\
    README.TXT             Installing Windows for Workgroups

    \NDIS\LANMAN\
    README.TXT             Installing MicroSoft's Lan Manager.

    \NDIS\LANSVR\
    README.TXT             Installing IBM's Lan Server

    \NDIS\BANYAN\
    README.TXT             Installing Banyan VINES

    \NDIS\PATHWAY\
    README.TXT             Installing Wollongong Pathway Access.

    \NDIS\PATHWORK\
    README.TXT             Installing DEC PATHWORKS

    \NDIS\PCNFS\
    README.TXT             Installing Sun PC-NFS


1. Installation Procedure

   The instruction to install the driver is summarized in the README.TXT
   file under each product's subdirectory. 

2. Sample protocol.ini file and parameters

[ACCNE_NIF]

;  Default section of protocol.ini file for the Accton Adapter

    drivername = ETHPCM$
    irq = 5
    iobase = 0x300

; End of this sample file

Several parameters are included in the ACCNE_NIF section of the
PROTOCOL.INI file.  However, the only required parameter
is the "drivername".  The other parameters can use the
default values.

irq         Specifies the interrupt channel used by the adapter.
            Acceptable values for this parameter are 2, 3, 4, 5,
            10, 11, 12, and 15. 

iobase      Specifies the iobase address used by the adapter.
            This parameter is given in hexadecimal values.
            Acceptable value for this parameter are 0x240, 0x280,
            0x2C0, 0x300, 0x320, 0x340, 0x360.


3. Additional Parameters in the protocol.ini file for
the Accton NDIS Driver Configuration:

  Keyword            Parameter

MaxMultiCast  1 .. 1000  Default 10
              Maximum number of MultiCast Addresses.
              This configures the size of the MultiCast
              Address Table.


MaxRequests   6 .. 64  Default 8
              Maximum number of outstanding General Requests.
              This configures the size of the General Request
              Queue.


MaxTransmits  6 .. 64  Default 12
              Maximum number of outstanding TransmitChain commands.
              This configures the size of the TransmitChain Request
              Queue.


ReceiveChains 6 .. 96  Default 12
              Maximum number of outstanding ReceiveChain commands.
              This configures the size of the ReceiveChain Request
              Queue.


ReceiveBuffers6 .. 96  Default 12
              Configures the number of the Receive buffers in the
              Receive Buffer Pool.


TransmitBufSize 128 .. 1514  Default 1514
              Configures the size (in bytes) of buffers in the
              Transmit Buffer Pool.



*****
Note  :  Values for the preceding parameters are seldom changed by
        the user.  Most of the time, the default values are used.
*****

Trademarks:
Microsoft OS/2 LAN Manager is a trademark of Microsoft
Corporation.  3Com, 3+, 3+Open and EtherLink II are registered
trademarks of 3Com Corporation.


TROUBLE SHOOTING and ERROR MESSAGES

    Run Accton's "1Step" installation/diagnostic program to determine if
    the Network Adapter is working correctly.

ERROR MESSAGES:

    ERROR: Adapter card not found or I/O port error.

    These are the possible reasons for this error:

    (1) The Adapter card is not installed correctly.
    (2) The failure is caused by more than one adapters trying to 
        use the same set of I/O ports or IRQ number.
    (3) The Enabler ACCOPEN.EXE is not executed or it cannot enable
        the PCMCIA card because of resource conflicts with other
	PCMCIA cards.


    ERROR: Incorrect Media Setting or Bad Transceiver

    The following are the possible causes:

    (1) The transceiver is bad.  
    (2) The cable is broken. 
    (3) The cable is not attached.


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LAN Manager 2.0

        Accton  EN2212 Ethernet  PCMCIA Adapter
       NDIS Driver for LAN Manager 2.0 Installation
       =============================================

    Copyright (C) 1994, 1995 by Accton Technology Corporation.
    All rights reserved.


The driver ETHPCM.DOS contained under directory \MSLANMAN.DOS
is used with  Accton Ethernet PCMCIA adapters in the LAN Manager
environment.

This driver conforms to the Network Driver Interface Specification
(NDIS) 2.0 defined by Microsoft/3Com.



Installation Procedure for LAN Manager V2.0
--------------------------------------------

 a. Type "Setup" in the Lan Manager Directory.  Press <Enter>.

 b. Press <Enter>.

 c. Select "Import Network Drivers..." in "Action".  Press <Enter>.

 d. Type the source drive letter (A: or B:).

 e. Insert Driver Disk in the source drive.  Press <Enter>.
    "Import Network Drivers" appears.

 f. Press the <SPACEBAR> to select Network Adapter Card, "Accton EN2212
    Adapter Card".  Press <Enter>.

 g. Press the <NO> button.

 h. Press <Enter> three times.  "Network Driver" appears.

 i. Select "Accton EN2212 Ethernet Card" in the "Network Adapter Cards" 
    menu.  Press <Add driver>, <Add protocol>, and <OK>.
    "Workstation Primary parameters" appears.  Press <OK>.

 j. Press <OK> three times.

 k. Select "Save" in "Action".

 l. Press <F3> to Exit.

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LAN Manager 2.1

        Accton  EN2212 Ethernet  PCMCIA Adapter
       NDIS Driver for LAN Manager 2.1 Installation
      =============================================

    Copyright (C) 1994, 1995 by Accton Technology Corporation.
    All rights reserved.


The driver ETHPCM.DOS contained under directory \MSLANMAN.DOS
is used with  Accton Ethernet PCMCIA adapters in the LAN Manager
environment.

This driver conforms to the Network Driver Interface Specification
(NDIS) 2.0 defined by Microsoft/3Com.


Installation Introduction for LAN Manager V2.1
-----------------------------------------------

 a. Type "lmsetup" in the Lan Manager Directory.  Press Enter.
    Microsoft LAN Manger Setup appears.

 b. Select "Network Drivers..." in "Configuration".  Press Enter.

 c. Select <Add New Configs>.  Press Enter.
    "Network Adapter Driver" appears.

 d. Select <Other Driver>.  Press Enter.

 e. Insert the Driver Disk in the source drive.  Type the 
    drive letter (A: or B:).  Push the <OK> button.

 f. In "Available Network Adapter Driver", select "Accton EN2212 Ethernet 
    adapter".  Push the <OK> button.

 g. Press the SPACEBAR to select the protocols.

 h. Push the <OK> button.  "Configuration Complete" appears.

 i. Push the <Save> button.

 j. Press "F3" to exit.

 k. Press Enter.


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LAN Server

       Accton  EN2212 Ethernet  PCMCIA Adapter
       NDIS Driver for LAN Server Installation
      =========================================

    Copyright (C) 1994, 1995 by Accton Technology Corporation.
    All rights reserved.

The driver ETHPCM.DOS contained in directory \NDIS is used for
Accton Ethernet PCMCIA adapters in the LAN Server environment.

This driver conforms to the Network Driver Interface Specification
(NDIS) 2.0 defined by Microsoft/3Com.


1.  DOS LAN REQUESTER
------------------------------

  a. At the DOS prompt, insert the IBM LAN Support Program (LSP)
     Version 1.3x Diskette into the disk drive (A: or B: ).

  b. Type "dxmaid".  The IBM logo appears.

  c. Press <Enter> twice.  The Environment Information screen appears.

  d. Specify the values for the following fields on this screen.
     Use the <Space Bar> to toggle between selections.

            Configuration for this computer?          Yes
            Use existing configuration information?     Yes
            Do you have adapter option diskettes?     Yes
            Are you configuring for two adapters?     No
            Do you need 802.2 interface support?     Yes

       Type change as needed to the drive and directory fields:

            Source for LSP                     A:\
            Target for new configuration       C:\lsp

  e. Make sure the values are correct.  Press <Enter> to store your choices.
     "Process Adapter Option Diskette" screen appears.

  g. Insert the Driver Diskette in the source drive and specify the
     path: A:\NDIS or B:\NDIS.  Press <Enter>.

  g. The files are copied from the Driver Diskette to the
     target directory on the hard disk.

  g. Press <Enter> three times.

  h. Insert the LSP diskette and press <Enter>.
     The "Current Configuration" screen appears with the Accton EN2212
     series adapter and protocols already selected ("IBM IEEE 802.2"
     and "IBM OS/2 NETBIOS").

  i. Press F4.  LSP is installed completely.

  j. Use a text editor to edit the config.sys file. Specify at least
     20 files in the FILES= line, like this:

              FILES=20

     Once you have saved the config.sys file, reboot the computer.

  k. Insert the DOS LAN Requester Install Diskette 1.

  l. Type: install. Press <Enter>.
     IBM logo appears.  Press <Enter>.

  m. Press <Enter> two more times.
     The program prompts you for the pathname of the DOS LAN
     Requester directory.

  n. Specify the pathname for the DOS LAN Requester directory.
     (C:\DOSLAN is the default.)  Press <Enter>.
     The program asks you which services you require.

  o. Highlight either the "Send messages" or "Send, View, Edit, and
     Log messages" option. (Normally, you select the second option.)
     Press <Enter> to confirm your selection.

  p. Specify the machine's ID and the domain ID.  The domain ID must
     be the domain server ID and must be the same for all
     workstations on the network.

  q. Follow the prompts to complete the installation.


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Pathway Access

                 Accton EN2212 Ethernet PCMCIA Adapter
           NDIS Driver for Wollongong Pathway Access Installation
          ========================================================

    Copyright (C) 1994, 1995 by Accton Technology Corporation.
    All rights reserved.

The driver ETHPCM.DOS contained in directory \NDIS is used with
Accton Ethernet PCMCIA adapters in the Wollongong Pathway Access
environment.

This driver conforms to the Network Driver Interface Specification
(NDIS) 2.0 defined by Microsoft/3Com.



1. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

  a. NDIS driver Installation Procedure:

     1. Insert your copy of Pathway Drivers diskette into drive A. Enter:

       C:\>A:

     2. To install the software, enter:

       A:\> pwinstal C:

       where C: is the disk drive (you could also use D:, E:, and so on)
       that you intend to use for the installation of your Pathway software
       on a hard drive system.  The PWINSTAL program automatically installs
       the driver software in a directory named \PATHWAY on the drive you
       specified.

       The installation is complete when you receive the following
       message: "The Pathway Drivers have been copied successfully.  Refer to
       documentation to complete driver installation."

     3. Insert the driver diskette in drive A and copy the NDIS driver to the
       subdirectory where you installed the Pathway software:

       A:\> Copy A:\NDIS\ETHPCM.DOS C:\PATHWAY

     4. Edit the C:\CONFIG.SYS file to contain the following entries :

       DEVICE=C:\PATHWAY\ACCOPEN.EXE /int=5 /port=300
       DEVICE=C:\PATHWAY\PWTCP.SYS
       DEVICE=C:\PATHWAY\PROTMAN.EXE/I:C:\PATHWAY
       DEVICE=C:\PATHWAY\ETHPCM.DOS

       At the same time copy accopen.exe from the driver diskette to 
       the \PATHWAY directory.

     5. Use a text editor to create a PROTOCOL.INI file in C:\PATHWAY
        with the following section:

       [EN2212]
       DriverName = ETHPCM$

     6. The startup batch file - autoexec.bat should have the following entries
       in the order shown :

       path=c:\pathway
       ndis [-d:#]
       pwbind

       where the -d option is used when accessing a specific module number
       within protocol.ini.  In your protocol.ini file, a line enclosed by
       square brackets designates the beginning of a new module.  Each module
       is referred to by a hexadecimal number.  The first module is module
       number one. The second module is module two, and so on.

  b. Pathway Kernel Installation Procedure

     1. Insert the Pathway Kernel diskette in drive A. Enter:

       C:\>A:

     2. To install the software, enter:

       A:\> pwinstal C:

       where C: is the hard drive name (you could also use D:, E:, and so on)
       that you intend to use for the installation of your Pathway software.
       The PWINSTAL program automatically installs
       the driver software in a directory named \PATHWAY on the drive you
       specified.

       Diskette copying is complete when you see the following message: 
       "Pathway Kernel files have been copied successfully.  Reboot and refer
       to the documentation to complete kernel installation."

     3. Remove the diskette from drive A: and reboot your PC by pressing <Ctrl>,
       <Alt>, and <Del> at the same time.

     4. Change current directory to \PATHWAY.

     5. Run the CUSTOM program to set or change the following parameters:

       . The Internet address
       . The subnet bits (if your network has subnetworks)
       . The gateway address (if you are communicating with hosts outside your
         local network)

     6. Remove the diskette from drive A: and reboot your PC by pressing <Ctrl>,
       <Alt>, and <Del> at the same time.

     7. Enter the following command to load the Kernel:

       C:\PATHWAY> PWTCP

     8. Test your PC by using the PING program:

       C:\PATHWAY> PING hostname

       where hostname is the official name, alias, or Internet address of a
       host on your network that you expect to be able to communicate with.


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DEC PATHWORKS


          Accton EN2212 Ethernet PCMCIA Adapter
       NDIS Driver for DEC PATHWORKS Installation
      ===========================================

    Copyright (C) 1994, 1995 by Accton Technology Corporation.
    All rights reserved.

The driver ETHPCM.DOS contained in directory \NDIS is used with
Accton Ethernet PCMCIA adapters in the DEC Pathworks environment.

This driver conforms to the Network Driver Interface Specification
(NDIS) 2.0 defined by Microsoft/3Com.



1. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE:

  a. Insert the DEC PATHWORKS Client Setup diskette #1 in the 
     diskette drive (A: or B:).

  b. Type Netsetup at the A: or B: prompt.  

  c. Unless you have an LK250 keyboard, select "NO".

  d. Select the DECNET transport option and press <Enter>.

  e. Insert the DNET TRNSPRT diskette #1 in the diskette drive (A: or B:).

  f. Specify the target drive letter (C: or D:).

  g. At the prompt "Are you creating an initial workstation diskette?",
     select "NO".

  h. Type in the node name and address (i.e. node number). 

  i. Type in the server node name and address (i.e. node number). 

  j. Select "Ethernet" when prompted "Select the network adapter type:".

  k. Select "(Other NDIS)" when prompted "Select the network adapter:".

  l. Enter the full DRIVE:\PATH\FILENAME for NDIS driver:

       A:\ or B:\MSLANMAN.DOS\DRIVERS\ACCTON\ACCNE\ETHPCM.DOS

     Located in the Accton driver program diskette.

  m. Enter the DRIVE:\PATH for the protocol.ini file:

       A:\or B:\MSLANMAN.DOS\DRIVERS\ACCTON\ACCNE\

  n. If they are all accurate, select "WRITE KEY DISK" to start installation.
     When prompted to copy files ETHPCM.DOS and protocol.ini, insert
     the Accton driver program diskette in the source drive
     (A: or B: dependent on path specified in step l. and m.)

  o. Follow the prompts until installation completes.

  p. At the Configuration screen, press F10 to exit to C:\.

  q. Using a text editor to edit protocol.ini in the DECNET sub-directory.
     Remove the semicolon (;) from the statement "NI_IRQ = 5"
     under [DATALINK], then check if the IRQ value in
     the new [ETHPCM.DOS] IRQ statement (maybe omitted) matches the NI_IRQ
     value in the [DATALINK] statement and Adapter IRQ value configured.


   Sample configuration files:

 2.  Config.sys

       shell=c:\command.com /P /E:526
       device=c:\decnet\hiMEM.sys
       device=C:\dos\EMM386.EXE ram 1024
       dos=high, UMB
       devicehigh=c:\decnet\accopen.exe /int=5 /port=300
       devicehigh=c:\decnet\protman.sys /I:D:\DECNET
       devicehigh=c:\decnet\ethpcm.dos
       rem device=c:\decnet\nddrv.sys
       rem device=c:\decnet\npdrv.sys
       FILES=50
       BUFFERS=50
       LASTDRIVE=v
       STACKS=9,256


  3.  Protocol.ini file for PATHWORKS v 4.1

      ; PROTOCOL.INI file created by DNETOMO.V41 V4.1.060
      ;              via DNETWIK.V41 V4.1.047

      [protocol manager]
      DRIVERNAME = PROTMAN$

      [IPX4MAC]
      DRIVER = IPX$MAC
      BINDINGS   = ETHPCM.DOS

      [DATALINK]
      DRIVERNAME   = DLL$MAC
      LG_BUFFERS   = 16
      SM_BUFFERS   = 6
      OUTSTANDING  = 32
      HEURISTICS   = 0
      BINDINGS   = ETHPCM.DOS
      ;Specify IRQ level used by the workstation network adapter
      NI_IRQ     = 5


      [ETHPCM.DOS]
      ; PROTOCOL.INI for ACCTON PCMCIA ethernet adapter

      drivername = ETHPCM$
      ; irq = NI_IRQ = Adapter IRQ Setting
      irq = 5
      iobase = 0x300

      ; End of this sample file

 4.  Autoexec.bat

     echo off
     break on
     cls
     prompt $p$g
     REM Insert any keyboard internationalization and character set 
     REM information here.
     if not exist \decnet\STARTNET.BAT goto nostartup
     call \decnet\STARTNET
     goto end
     :nostartup
     echo ** WARNING ** STARTNET.BAT file not found.  Network functions not performed


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.TOPIC:
SUN PC-NFS


                      Accton Technology Corporation
             PC-NFS Software Interface Program Installation
                    For EN2212 Ethernet PCMCIA Adapters

    Copyright (C) 1994, 1995 by Accton Technology Corporation.
    All rights reserved.


Use the Accton EN2212 Ethernet LAN Adapter and the Accton PC-NFS Software 
Interface Program, you can run the Sun MicroSystems PC-NFS on your PC.

The following files will be used in this installation:

    Files                Contents
    --------------------------------------------------------------
    PCNFSIF.SYS          PC-NFS Software Interface Program
    PCMPD.COM            Accton Packet Driver for NE & WD serials cards

INSTALLATION PROCEDURE:

1.  Start the installation process by following the procedure described 
    in the PC-NFS Manual for  installing the Sun Microsystems PC-NFS program 
    in your PC's hard disk.  When asked to identify the type of network 
    interface card, select "WD8003" from the list.  Likewise, when asked 
    for the interrupt level and the base I/O address, select:

              Interrupt Level (IRQ) 5
              I/O Base Address 300h

2.  Copy the following files to the \NFS directory on your hard disk:

              ACCOPEN.EXE
              PCNFSIF.SYS
              PCMPD.COM

3.  Modify the config.sys file to include the following:

              DEVICE=C:\ANSI.SYS
              DEVICE=C:\NFS\ACCOEPN.EXE /int=5 /port=300
              DEVICE=C:\NFS\PCNFS.SYS
              DEVICE=C:\NFS\SOCKDRV.SYS
              DEVICE=C:\NFS\PCNFSIF.SYS
              LASTDRIVE=V

4.  Create or modify an existing autoexec.bat file to include the following:

              C:\NFS\PCMPD 98
              SET PATH = C:\; C:\NFS
              SET TZ=CST6
              SET NFSDRIVE=C
              PRT *
              NFSRUN

    For  your  system  to work properly,  make sure the C:\NFS\PCMPD  98
    command line is placed before the NFSRUN command line. 

    Allowable values for the software interrupt vector range from 96 to 128. 
    The default software interrupt vector value is 98.

5.  Reboot the PC and start the PC-NFS program.  You may now run PC-NFS 
    commands on your PC to communicate with  other computers on the network 
    that use the TCP/IP protocol.

-- THE END --

.TOPIC:
Windows for Workgroups 3.10


           Accton EN2212 Ethernet PCMCIA Adapter
     NDIS Driver for Windows for Workgroups 3.10 Installation
    =========================================================

    Copyright (C) 1994, 1995 by Accton Technology Corporation.
    All rights reserved.

The driver ETHPCM.DOS contained in directory \NDIS is used with
the Accton Ethernet PCMCIA adapter in the Windows for Workgroups
environment.

This driver conforms to the Network Driver Interface Specification
(NDIS) 2.0 defined by Microsoft/3Com.



1. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

   a. Select the "Control Panel" icon in Main group in Windows environment.

   b. Select the "Network" icon.

   c. Select "Adapters"  in the "Option" dialog.

   d. push the <Add> button.

   e. Select "Unlisted or Updated Network Adapter".
      "Install driver" appears.

   f. Type in the drive and path name where the NDIS driver resides (e.g. 
      A:\ndis or B:\ndis).

   g. Insert the Driver Diskette in the specified drive.

   h. Press <OK>.

   i. Press <close>.

   j. Press <OK> twice.

   k. Restart the computer.


2. Sample config.sys file

   FILES=30
   buffers=30
   STACKS=9,256
   DEVICE=c:\windows\HIMEM.sys

   device=C:\WINDOWS\accopen.exe /port=300 /int=5
   device=C:\WINDOWS\protman.dos /i:C:\WINDOWS
   device=C:\WINDOWS\ethpcm.dos
   device=C:\WINDOWS\workgrp.sys
   LASTDRIVE=y

3. Sample protocol.ini file for Windows for Workgroups

   [network.setup]
   version=0x3100
   netcard=en2212d,1,EN2212D
   transport=ms$netbeui,MS$NETBEUI
   lana0=en2212d,1,ms$netbeui

   [protman]
   DriverName=PROTMAN$
   PRIORITY=MS$NETBEUI

   [EN2212D]
   DriverName=ETHPCM$

   [MS$NETBEUI]
   DriverName=netbeui$
   SESSIONS=10
   NCBS=32
   BINDINGS=EN2212D
   LANABASE=0

4. Sample autoexec.bat file

   C:\WINDOWS\net start
   C:\WINDOWS\SMARTDRV.EXE
   @ECHO OFF
   PROMPT $p$g
   PATH C:\WINDOWS;
   SET TEMP=C:\WINDOWS\TEMP

-- THE END --

.TOPIC:
Windows for Workgroups 3.11


           Accton EN2212 Ethernet PCMCIA Adapter
     NDIS Driver for Windows for Workgroups 3.11 Installation
    =========================================================

    Copyright (C) 1994, 1995 by Accton Technology Corporation.
    All rights reserved.

      A) Install NDIS 2.0 driver for WFW 3.11

      B) Install NDIS 3.0 driver for WFW 3.11


A) Install NDIS 2.0 driver for WFW 3.11

    The driver "ETHPCM.DOS" contained in directory
    \NDIS conforms to the Network Driver Interface
    Specification (NDIS) 2.0 defined by Microsoft/3Com.

    ACCOPEN.EXE should be added in the CONFIG.SYS file in the following 
    format:

    DEVICE=C:\WINDOWS\ACCOPEN.EXE /INT=5 /PORT=300

    INT and PORT specify the Interrupt and the I/O port number
    respectively that you intend to use with the PCMCIA Adapter.

    This statement should be added after the Card Service driver statement
    in CONFIG.SYS.


    NDIS 2.0 Driver Installation for Windows for Workgroups
    -------------------------------------------------------

    1. Start Windows by typing WIN from the DOS prompt.
    2. Click the "Network" icon in the Main Program
       Group.
    3. Click the "Network Setup" icon from the Network window.
    4. Select the "Drivers" item from the Network Setup dialog box.
    5. Select the "Add Adapters" item in the Option dialog box.
    6. Select "Unlisted or Updated Network Adapter" when the
       Install driver field appears.
    7. Type destination drive and path name on your PC.
       Make sure the full path of the directory (i.e. A:\NDIS)
       is given.
    8. Insert the Driver Diskette in your floppy drive
       and press <Enter> to start the installation process.
    9. When the "Accton Ethernet PCMCIA Adapter -16" dialog box appears, 
       select the right interrupt number and I/O address.
    10.Follow on-screen instructions to complete the process.
    11.Restart your computer.

    Sample Configuration Files
    --------------------------

    1. CONFIG.SYS File

       DEVICE=C:\DOS\SETVER.EXE
       DEVICE=C:\WFW311\HIMEM.SYS
       DEVICE=C:\WFW311\ACCOPEN.EXE /INT=5 /PORT=300 <-- PCMCIA Adapter enabler
       DEVICE=C:\WFW311\IFSHLP.SYS
       DOS=HIGH,UMB

       FILES=30
       buffers=30
       FCBS=16,8
       LASTDRIVE=y


    2. AUTOEXEC.BAT File

       C:\WFW311\net start
       C:\WFW311\SMARTDRV.EXE
       @ECHO OFF
       PROMPT $p$g
       PATH C:\WFW311;
       SET TEMP=C:\WFW311\TEMP

    3. PROTOCOL.INI File on Windows for Workgroups 3.11

       [network.setup]
        version=0x3110
        netcard=en2212d,1,en2212d,1
        transport=ms$ndishlp,MS$NDISHLP
        transport=ms$netbeui,NETBEUI
        lana0=en2212d,1,ms$netbeui
        lana1=en2212d,1,ms$ndishlp

       [protman]
        DriverName=PROTMAN$
        PRIORITY=MS$NDISHLP

       [MS$NDISHLP]
        DriverName=ndishlp$
        BINDINGS=EN2212D

       [NETBEUI]
        DriverName=netbeui$
        SESSIONS=10
        NCBS=12
        BINDINGS=EN2212D
        LANABASE=0

       [EN2212D]
        DriverName=ETHPCM$
        irq = 5
        iobase = 0x300

B) Install NDIS 3.0 driver for WFW 3.11

    The driver "PCM311.386" contained in directory
    \WFW311 conforms to the Network Driver Interface
    Specification (NDIS) 3.0 defined by Microsoft.

    ACCOPEN.EXE should be added in the CONFIG.SYS file in the following 
    format:

    DEVICE=C:\WINDOWS\ACCOPEN.EXE /INT=5 /PORT=300

    INT and PORT specify the Interrupt and the I/O port number
    respectively that you intend to use with the PCMCIA Adapter.

    This statement should be added after the Card Service driver statement
    in CONFIG.SYS.

    NDIS 3.0 Driver Installation for Windows for Workgroups 3.11
    ------------------------------------------------------------

    1. Run Windows by typing WIN from the DOS prompt.
    2. Click the "Network" icon in the Main Program
       Group.
    3. Click the "Network Setup" icon from the Network window.
    4. Select "Networks" in the Network Setup window.
    5. Select "Install Microsoft Windows Network" from the Networks window.
    6. Select "Drivers" from the Network Setup window.
    7. Select "Add Adapter" item in the Option Dialog box. 
    8. Select the "Unlisted or Updated Network Adapter" when the
       Install driver field appears.
    9. Type destination drive and path name in your PC.
   10. Make sure the full path of the directory (i.e. A:\WFW311)
       is given.
   11. Insert the PCMCIA Driver Diskette in your floppy drive
       and press <Enter> to start the installation process.
   12. When the "Accton Ethernet PCMCIA Adapter" dialog box appears, 
       select the right interrupt number; I/O address and select "Close".
   13. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the process.

    Sample Configuration Files
    --------------------------

    1. CONFIG.SYS File
       FILES=30
       BUFFERS=30
       LASTDRIVE=Z
       DEVICE=C:\WFW311\HIMEM.SYS
       DEVICE=C:\WFW311\ACCOPEN.EXE /INT=5 /PORT=300 <-- PCMCIA Adapter enabler
       DEVICE=C:\WFW311\IFSHLP.SYS
       STACKS=9,256

    2. AUTOEXEC.BAT File

       C:\WFW311\SMARTDRV.EXE
       C:\WFW311\net start
       PATH C:\WFW311;
       SET TEMP=C:\WFW311\TEMP

    3. PROTOCOL.INI File on Windows for Workgroups 3.11
       [network.setup]
       version=0x3110
       netcard=ms$en2212,1,MS$EN2212,2
       transport=ms$netbeui,NETBEUI
       lana0=ms$en2212,1,ms$netbeui

       [MS$en2212]
       DriverName=MS2000$
       INTERRUPT=5
       IOBASE=0x300

       [EN2212]
       adapters=MS$EN2212

       [NETBEUI]
       BINDINGS=MS$EN2212
       LANABASE=0
       SESSIONS=10
       NCBS=12


    4. SYSTEM.INI

       [386Enh]
       netcard=pcm311.386

-- THE END --

.TOPIC:
Banyan VINES


         Accton EN2212 Ethernet PCMCIA Adapter
       NDIS Driver for Banyan VINES Installation
       =========================================

    Copyright (C) 1994, 1995 by Accton Technology Corporation.
    All rights reserved.


The driver ETHPCM.DOS contained in directory \NDIS is used with
Accton Ethernet PCMCIA adapters in the Banyan VINES environment.

This driver conforms to the Network Driver Interface Specification
(NDIS) 2.0 defined by Microsoft/3Com.



1. Installation Procedure for Banyan VINES
---------------------------------------------
 a. Type Pcconfig.  Press <Enter>.
    "Configuring A PC for the Network" appears.

 b. Select "1 -  Network Card Setting".  Press <Enter>.
    "The possible hardware configuration option are" appears.

 c. Select "NDIS Ethernet".  Press <Enter>.

 d. Type in the desired interrupt number, and "EN2212" to the 
    "PROTOCOL bindings ="  prompt.

 e. Press 'F10' when done.  Press <Esc> to exit.

 f. Select "2 - Login Environment Settings. "  Press <Enter>.

 g. Select "1 - Select Default Communications Driver."  Press <Enter>.

 h. Select "NDIS Ethernet".   Press <Esc> to exit this menu.

 i. Press 'F10' when all done.  "Please wait ...." appears.

 k. Modify the config.sys and protocol.ini files.  See the examples below.

 l. Copy accopen.exe from the installation diskette to the \banyan directory.

Sample configuration files:

2. Config.sys


   device=c:\banyan\accopen.exe /int=3 /port=300
   device=c:\banyan\protman.dos/i:c:\banyan
   device=c:\banyan\ethpcm.dos


3. Protocol.ini file for LAN Manager.

   [protocol manager]
        DriverName = PROTMAN$

   [EN2212]
        DriverName = ethpcm$
	irq = 5
	iobase = 0x300

-- THE END --

.TOPIC:
Netware Driver


                      Accton Technology Corporation
                  Netware Driver Installation Overview
                   For EN2212 PCMCIA Ethernet Adapters

    Copyright (C) 1994, 1995 by Accton Technology Corporation.
    All rights reserved.


This README file is an explanation of the files contained in the
\NETWARE subdirectory of this diskette.  For more information, please  
refer to the "NOVELL NetWare ODI Shell for DOS" manual.


LSL.COM:

       This file implements the Link Support Layer  for  DOS/ODI
       workstations  and is  the program that is generally loaded first
       after booting.  The Link Support Layer file enables the
       workstation to communicate over several protocols.

IPXODI.COM:

       This is Novell's protocol stack for DOS/ODI workstations.
       It performs the same functions what IPX.COM does for DOS
       workstations.  It is loaded after the LAN driver.  Other protocols 
       can be loaded in  place  of it or along with it.  This is one of the 
       key features of the ODI environment.

NETx.COM:
       NetWare Network program.

       If you use                 You Need
       ------------------------------------------
       Conventional memory        NETx.COM

       Expanded memory            EMSNETx.EXE
       (LIM 4.0 EMS Compatible)

       Extended memory            XMSNETx.EXE
       (XMS 2.0 compatible)


NETBIOS.EXE
       Netbios emulation program (INT 5CH interface) allows you to
       run  Netbios  application  programs  based  on  the NETBIOS.EXE
       interface.  The running sequence is:

       1. IPX shell driver
                    ACCOPEN.EXE /INT=5 /PORT=300  --> PCMCIA Enabler
                    IPX.COM
                    NETBIOS.EXE  --> netbios emulation interface
                    ...

       2. DOS/ODI driver
                    LSL.COM
                    ACCOPEN.EXE /INT=5 /PORT=300  --> PCMCIA Enabler
                    PCMMLID.COM   --> Accton DOS/ODI driver
                    IPXODI.COM
                    NETBIOS.EXE
                    ...



If the DOS/ODI driver PCMMLID.COM executed successfully, it would display
the adapter mode and configuration information.  Otherwise you 
would see an error message and the cause of the failure.  Note the
PCMCIA Adapter must be enabled by ACCOPEN.EXE before issuing the
PCMMLID.COM command.

Here is the list of error messages the driver may display and the correction
method:

  *    "The board cannot be found."

       The adapter does not exist or the driver does not recognize the adapter.

       Correction: Insert an Accton PCMCIA adapter into the slot.  Enable
       the Adapter by using the ACCOPEN.EXE enabler.

  *    "Board RAM failed the memory test."

       The RAM buffer on the adapter failed.

       Correction: Insert a new adapter and run the driver again.

  *    "The board did not respond to the initialization command."

       The driver recognized the adapter but the adapter failed to respond.

       Correction: Insert a new adapter and run the driver again.

  *    "There is no cable connecting to the adapter."

       There is no cable connecting to the adapter or the transceiver within
       the adapter failed.

       Correction: Connect the cable to the adapter and run the driver again.

       Normally,  you do not need a NET.CFG file because the  established
       defaults are adequate for your network.  One exception is when your 
       workstation  has more than one network adapters.  In this case,
       for  each adapter, there  must  exist a MLID section
       in the NET.CFG file.

       Note: ODI driver always parses your NET.CFG file first. The 
             configuration in NET.CFG takes precedence over the 
             parameter settings stored in the internal memory of the adapter. 

       Below is a sample NET.CFG file:

              LINK DRIVER PCMMLID
                  INT   5
                  PORT  300
                     :
                     :

       You can consult "NetWare 386 Installation, Appendix E" for  more 
       information about NET.CFG.

       Novell has already changed the Ethernet default frame type to 802.2
       starting with the release of NetWare v4.0. The move has to be made to
       enable it to better support future protocol  and networking features.
       Some of these features are IPX with checksum,  security enhancements,
       and  protocol independence.  Following this change,  the default frame
       type of  DOS/ODI  driver is Ethernet 802.2 when there  is no protocol
       binding in NET.CFG file.  In this case,  if  your server  is not
       NetWare v4.0, please make sure the Ethernet 802.2 frame type has been
       bound before logging in.


-- THE END --

.TOPIC:
PC-NFS


                      Accton Technology Corporation
             PC-NFS Software Interface Program Installation
                   For EN2212 PCMCIA Ethernet Adapters

    Copyright (C) 1994, 1995 by Accton Technology Corporation.
    All rights reserved.


The driver ETHPCM.DOS contained in directory \NDIS is used with
Accton Ethernet PCMCIA adapters in the PC-NFS environment.

This driver conforms to the Network Driver Interface Specification
(NDIS) 2.0 defined by Microsoft/3Com.


1. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

  a. Add "Device=c:\dos\ansi.sys" in config.sys.  Reboot the PC.

  b. Insert the PC-NFS Installation diskette in the diskette drive (A: or B:)
     and type: install <Enter>.

  c. Enter the destination drive letter (e.g. C:).  Press <Enter>.

  d. Select "Ethernet" and press <Enter>.

  e. Select the "NDIS" option from the "Ethernet Adapter" menu.

  f. Enter proper responses to all the prompts.

  g. Specify the PC name, IP address, server name, and server
     IP address.

  h. Follow all the prompts to finish the installation.

  i. The system create \LANMAN and \NFS directory on the destination drive.

  j. After completed, copy the ETHPCM.DOS file from
     subdirectory \MSLANMAN.DOS\DRIVERS\ACCTON\ACCNE on the
     Accton driver program diskette to the \LANMAN (C: or D:)
     directory on the destination drive.

  k. Use a text editor, edit the config.sys. Add this
     line above the NFS_NDIS driver specification:

           DEVICE=C:\LANMAN\ETHPCM.DOS

  l. Edit the protocol.ini file in the \LANMAN directory.

         1). Replace [your-mac-module] with [ETHPCM]

         2). Replace drivername = YOURMAC$ with drivername = ETHPCM$

            Specify the correct IRQ and IOBASE values (May be omitted)
            for this adapter depending on the adapter's setting:

              IRQ = 5
              IOBASE = 0x300
              ...

         3). Replace bindings = YOUR-MAC-MODULE with bindings = ETHPCM$

    m. Reboot the computer.

    n. Execute NFSCONF.EXE to configure the system (e.g. Mount a 
       virtual drive E:).  Execute TELNET.EXE to do terminal emulation.

   Sample configuration files:

2. Config.sys

   shell=c:\command.com /P /E:526
   dos=high, UMB
   rem ----pcnfs install
   Device=c:\dos\ansi.sys
   DEVICE=C:\NFS\PCNFS.SYS  /m
   DEVICE=C:\NFS\SOCKDRV.SYS
   DEVICE=C:\LANMAN\ACCOPEN.EXE /port=300 /int=5
   DEVICE=C:\LANMAN\PROTMAN.SYS /i:C:\LANMAN --> specify PROTOCOL.INI directory.
   device=C:\LANMAN\ETHPCM.DOS  -----------> Accton NDIS driver name
   DEVICE=C:\LANMAN\NFS-NDIS.SYS
   FILES=50
   BUFFERS=50
   LASTDRIVE=v
   STACKS=9,256

3. Protocol.ini at \LANMAN directory

   [protocol manager]
      drivername = PROTMAN$

   [ETHPCM]
      drivername = ethpcm$
      irq = 5
      iobase = 0x300

   [NFS-NDIS]
      drivername = NFSLINK1
      bindings = ETHPCM

4. Autoexec.bat

   ...
   SET TZ=PST8
   SET path=C:\;C:\NFS;C:\LANMAN
   SET NFSDRIVE=D
   C:lanman\netbind   ----> Add this line to Bind NDIS driver
   PRT *
   NFSRUN


-- THE END --

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